Nashville West – Clarence White

Two essential seminars from country-rock school of midwifery, the latter including a clutch of unreleased obscurities

Einstürzende Neubauten

Reissue of four classic albums coincides with founder member Bargeld's decision to quit Nick Cave's Bad Seeds

Reed All About It

Lou's Velvets and solo works hand-picked for posterity with direct input from interested parties

Dram’n’Bass

Fine if sometimes obscure music-making from fiery Scots legend

Jo Ann Kelly – Black Rat Swing

Career overview of Britain's most famous white female blues singer (1944-1990)

Elmore James – Dust My Broom: The Complete Chief And Fire Sessions

The Electric Slide Guitar King's boisterous re-recordings of '50s sides

The Scruffs – Teenage Gurls

Memphis power pop is such an ever-expanding genre that Big Star's Alex Chilton, the godfather of the scene, must wish he'd taken out copyright. The Scruffs are one of several pre-Replacements acts who tapped into that antsy girls-on-my-mind mood and pursued the blend of melancholia with added rock'n'roll rush to a logical conclusion. Fronted by Stephen Burns, this second Scruffs album (recorded in 1978/9) contains band staples like "Go Faster", "Alice, Please Don't Go" and the post-Flamin' Groovies blood-letting of "Treachery".

Soft Machine – BBC Radio 1967-1971

Their extraordinary evolution as heard through John Peel's Top Gear

Captain Beefheart And His Magic Bands – Railroadism: Live In The USA 72-81

Companion piece to last year's live-in-the-UK comp. Includes San Francisco's 1966 add-on "Avalon Blues"
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